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Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) Course

In 63 weeks, our Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) course takes you from little to no flying experience to a fully qualified airline pilot.

Revion and Flight Training Adelaide (FTA) have specially curated a robust and comprehensive training program that meets CASA (Australia) and CAAS (Singapore) requirements.

FTA is a world-renowned flight training provider that many world-leading international airlines prefer, including Cathay Pacific. In addition to being approved to deliver training under multiple overseas regulators, Qantas appointed FTA as their training provider for the Qantas Group Pilot Academy. These are testaments to the quality and standard of training FTA provides, which aligns with our mission.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will obtain the following:

  1. Diploma in Aviation,

  2. CASA CPL MECIR, and

  3. CAAS CPL MEIR with frozen ATPL (after applying for conversion)


The DUAL Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) enables you to fly Australian-/Singapore-registered aircraft.

Phase 1 - CAAS ATPL Theoretical Knowledge Course (24 weeks)

Air Law

General Navigation

Principles of Flight

Operational Procedures

VFR / IFR Communication

Instrumentation

Human Performance

Airframe, Systems & Engines

Radio Navigation

Meteorology

Mass & Balance

Flight Planning & Monitoring

Performance

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State-of-the-Art Learning Technology

In partnership with Padpilot, Revion is Asia's first pilot training school to implement the Evidence-based Training (EBT) concept and state-of-the-art learning technology. It assists you in learning and retention of challenging and complex subjects.

Beyond Ground School

Here at Revion, we strongly believe in a holistic approach to training.

We arrange industrial visits to provide you with opportunities to learn more and
develop a curiosity beyond ground school.

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Phase 2 - Flight Training (39 weeks)

Single-Engine
The DA40 is the perfect aircraft for ab-initio training. It has excellent low-speed handling characteristics for the basic flying phase.

Garmin 1000 aviation suite and Traffic Alert System offer increased situational awareness and safety.

It is an
ideal learning platform to achieve a CPL and provides an excellent introduction to instrument flying.

Multi-Engine
The DA42 Twinstar is the aircraft of choice for FTA's multi-engine instrument flying phase. 

Its commonality with the DA40 cockpit allows for an
enhanced learning experience in the IFR environment. 

The autopilot and glass cockpit functions are the
ideal foundation for aspiring airline pilots.

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Finance and Funding

Ground Training: S$30,000.00, no GST
It covers all tuition fees, study materials, examinations (first attempt), and remedial training (if required). 

Flight Training: AU$120,184.00 inc. GST (click here for real-time currency exchange rate) 
It covers all flight training component fees, including examinations (first attempt), flight tests (first attempt), accommodation, and meals. 

Deliberately Designed With You In Mind

Are you concerned about the high cost of training? We know that each cadet's financial circumstances are unique.

11-17
MILESTONES

We deliberately design our payment schedule to allow you to spread the payment over eleven (11) to seventeen (17) milestones during your training, interest-free. It reduces your financial burden while enabling you to realise your dream of becoming an airline pilot. (see Note 1)

SKILLSFUTURE
CREDIT

You'll be pleased to learn that CAAS and SkillsFuture Singapore support our course. You can use your SkillsFuture Credit to defray the ground school course fees. (see Note 2)

Note 1. Payment schedules spread over three (3) to five (5) milestones in other local training organisations resulting in having to pay a large sum of money for every milestone. It adds to your financial burden, and you may feel overwhelmed.
Note 2. All Singaporeans aged 25 years and above can use their SkillsFuture Credit from the Government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Click here to find out more about SkillsFuture Credit.

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